PLEASANTON — Head coach Darrell Harborth has been talking about the team defense of his Navarro Lady Panthers over the last month of the season.
The Navarro Lady Panthers came storming back from a 14-5 first quarter deficit to beat Cuero Friday night, 41-31 and claim the District 30-4A crown.
An “on fire” start for Navarro freshman Tatum Harborth sparked the Lady Panthers on Tuesday night in Geronimo, as Navarro clinched at least a share of the District 30-4A title with a 54-43 win over the La Vernia Bears.
The Seguin boys powerlifting team won first place at the Matador Invitational on Saturday, keeping their record perfect on the year. The Navarro boys finished second at the meet, as did the girls team.
Seguin will face some new foes in football and in other sports as the UIL on Monday came out with it’s district realignments for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 school years.
GEORGETOWN, Texas -- Texas Lutheran overcame a 13-point, second-half deficit and edged the Southwestern Pirates 78-76 Friday night at Southwestern’s Robertson Center.
Tuesday night was an incredible night for high school basketball in the area, as the Seguin Matadors and the Navarro Panthers treated fans to a couple of thrilling ball games.
Big numbers and returning lifters have blessed coach Jeff Harvey and his Navarro powerlifting team at the start of the 2020 season.
PLEASANTON — The Navarro Lady Panthers got a big win at Pleasanton Friday night, riding a hot second quarter to get a seven-point lead, then holding on for a 46-41 win.
The Marion boys and girls squared off against two very good teams Friday night in Marion in the first District 26-3A games of the season — in the form of the Comfort Deer (girls) and the Comfort Bobcats (boys).
The Seguin Matador powerlifting team is off to a great start after winning the first meet of the season Saturday at Lehman High School in Kyle — and having two lifters win their weight class and qualify for regionals.
Two crucial early season district games went down to the wire in a Tuesday night doubleheader at Navarro High School, as the Lady Panthers fell to Gonzales and the boys beat the Apaches in back-to-back games.
Following a brutally tough District 26-5A opening schedule that saw them play three of the teams expected to contend for the district title, the Seguin Matadors were in desperate need of a win.
The Marion Bulldogs had turned a corner on their basketball season, stringing together four straight wins to take the Nixon-Smiley tournament over the Christmas Break.
DENVER – Texas Lutheran’s two last-second shots did not drop Friday night against Johnson & Wales-Denver, and the Wildcats secured a 59-58 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference victory over the Bulldogs.
In a 2019 volleyball season that saw all of our area teams make the playoffs, postseason honors have poured in for the teams from Seguin, Navarro, Marion and Lifegate.
Carl Gustafson, a two-time American Southwest Conference Coach of the Year, is retiring as head football coach of the Texas Lutheran Bulldogs.
Seguin head coach Dwayne Gerlich got his 400th career win, as the Matadors beat SA Marshall in the second of three games for the Mats over the weekend in the Matador Classic at Goldie Harris Gym.
Texas Lutheran placed three student-athletes — offensive lineman Garrett Garza, free safety James Bell, and defensive end Manny Longoria — on the 2019 D3football.com All-South Region Teams.
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